The Wayne County Antique Dealers Association’s 40th Annual Fall Antique Show & sale will be held Sat. Nov. 3 (10 a.m. – 5 p.m.) & Sun. Nov. 4 (10 a.m. – 4 p.m.) The show will be held at the Williamson High School, Rt. 21-S (1.5 miles south of Rt. 104), Williamson, N.Y.
55 quality antique dealers from a wide area will be participating, including the Finger Lakes, North Country, Buffalo, Syracuse, and the Rochester areas. A wide range of items will be offered, including furniture, primitives, stoneware, jewelry, postcards, tools, advertising, toys, glass, paitings, quilts, and much more.
Verbal appraisals will be offered by certified appraiser H. Price Prazar on Saturday only, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. The fee is $5/item, with no limit of items to be appraised (no rugs or guns please).
New this year at the show will include a children’s treasure hunt, and a free raffle for a variety of antiques (winner need not be present).
Lunch, refreshments and beverages will be provided by the Williamson High School Junior Class as a fundraiser. A major portion of the proceeds benefit the historical societies of Wayne County through an historic grant program, and the Junior Class of Williamson High School.
Admission is $4.00, good both days. Coupons, cards and ads are available for a discounted admission of $3.
For info vcheck out the website at www.wcada.com